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WIPS eCard email from Scam or Legit?
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People are reporting on social media sites that they are getting messages from email address “” with WIPS rent payment eCard. When we checked the website or Yardi Twitter page, we didn’t find Yardi has mentioned anything about such emails. So, this email maybe some kind of marketing campaign running by Yardi company or also maybe some hacker is doing some phishing activity in the name of Yardi company. So, we request Yardi company to comment below to confirm either this message is a fraud or genuine.

Since we haven’t found these kinds of messages personally, so we are unable to check the details on these messages. However, if you are the one who has got a similar message from email “”, then please copy-paste that message below in the comment section so that we can check further. Until then, we advise you not to click or download anything, or follow any instructions provided on those messages.

Message from cdryardi with WIPS rent payment eCard scam or legit | De Reviews

If these “” messages are fraud, then what is the motive of these messages?

Fraud messages are being sent by scammers to get your personal information so that they can scam you. So, you should not follow any instructions provided on unknown messages. If you click any link provided on those messages or download anything or follow any instructions, then you may end up losing your personal information. The links or files provided on those messages may contain some viruses or malware or spyware that can hack your device.

Once these cybercriminals get your personal information, they make money by selling those details. If they get your credit card information, even they can steal money from your credit card.

Fraud messages may not come from the same email address. Scammers may use multiple email addresses, numbers and the name of different companies to send fraud messages. So, don’t follow any instructions if you get unknown messages out of blue even in the name of the reputed company.

If you want to say something about it, then please feel free to leave your comment below. You can also comment below to report about any kinds of scams. After all, we are here to spread awareness about scams. So, let’s do it together. Let’s save innocent people from scams.

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5 thoughts on “WIPS eCard email from Scam or Legit?
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  1. Mine came today and was an eviction notice from an apartment I haven’t lived in in over a year. Also, it had my ex husband’s name on it with my current address. He has never lived at my current address.

  2. Here’s what was in mine:

    Hello ,

    Please see attached statement of activity and balances for your account.
    If you have any questions or concerns please contact your .


    Waitlist Property

    There was a PDF attachment at the bottom. I’ve never heard of these people & have no idea what they’re talking about.

  3. I got one of those emails today. It said that my application was accepted. There wasn’t a link, but it did ask me to go onto the website. However none was provided. I had to do some searching until I came across the housing authority website I originally applied to. I logged in and checked the status of my application but there was no changes to it’s status. What was also weird was that in the email had a copy of my application. So that’s concerning if they’re phishing I wonder where they can access that information. Additionally, I hope I didn’t send them anything by opening the email. I know that can sometimes be a backdoor.

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